Muslim coaching institutes shine in NEET 2023

by Ubair ul Hameed

Muslim coaching institutes have witnessed remarkable triumph in facilitating students’ admission to Government Medical Colleges in the NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) 2023 examination. Notable among these institutions are the Association of Muslim Doctors and Talent Zone Academy, Shaheen Group, Rahmani 30, and Al Ameen Mission.

Through a joint initiative led by the Talent Zone Academy in New Delhi and the Association of Muslim Doctors, a commendable achievement was accomplished. Out of the total 31 students enrolled in the program, an impressive count of 19 students successfully secured their admission in government medical colleges.

The Association of Muslim Doctors is an organization comprising individuals who share a common purpose. In 2009, a group of young Muslim doctors from Bihar, India, came together with the aim of establishing a registered body. Their inaugural meeting took place on February 20th, 2009, in Hajipur. Approximately 35 doctors participated in this gathering, operating under the banner of the Islamic Medical Association of India (IMAI).

The primary objective of forming this association was to unite Muslim doctors and create an organized body that adhered to moral values and the fundamental teachings of Islam.

As part of their initiatives, the Association of Muslim Doctors (AMD) collaborated with Talent Zone Academy to launch the AMD 40 program. This educational initiative provided education and support to students aspiring to pursue a medical career.

Waseem Javed, founder and director of the Talent Zone Academy, while talking to Muslim Mirror said that the academy’s “focus is on guiding students towards a successful future in the fields of medicine and engineering, by providing a comprehensive curriculum that is designed to help them develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in competitive environments.”

“Moving forward, there are plans to sustain the program and expand its reach to benefit more deserving students. The experience gained from this program will serve as a foundation for future endeavors in providing quality education and support to aspiring medical professionals,” he said. 

Ashhar Ehtesham, manager of the academy called the program a successful “collaboration between the Association of Muslim Doctors and Talent Zone Academy”

“The students received food and accommodation from AMD, while TZA focused on providing education. The campus located in Delhi served as the teaching venue for the students,” he said.

“Although the majority of participants were Muslims the program was inclusive and not specific to any particular religious group,” Ehtesham added.

The Shaheen Group of Institutions, situated in Bidar, Karnataka, has celebrated the achievement of having more than 500 students qualifying for admission this year.

Dr Abdul Qadeer, founder of Shaheen Group of Institutions, said “In the upcoming NEET 2023, we anticipate over 500 MBBS seats for the students. I extend my heartfelt congratulations to the successful candidates and their parents on this remarkable achievement.”

“Additionally, our attention is directed towards facilitating the integration of Hafiz individuals into contemporary education. We have established centres that offer lodging, meals, and excellent educational opportunities to support them,” Dr Qadeer said.

Dr Qadeer added that “an impressive number of 80 Huffaz have successfully cleared the NEET 2022 examination, and we have high hopes for even more qualifying in future exams.”

Maulana Mohammad Wali Rahmani’s coaching institute, Rahmani 30, experienced impressive results with 41 students achieving outstanding scores surpassing 600 marks in the NEET 2023 exam.

Likewise, the Al Ameen Mission, a residential educational institute based in Kolkata, has seen more than 600 of its students securing admissions in diverse courses this year.

These outstanding results underscore the effectiveness and dedication of these Muslim coaching institutes in preparing students for their medical aspirations, paving the way for a bright future in the field of healthcare.

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  1. Hindu organizations too follow the suit of developing Hindu talent support them monetarily. Muslim coaching institutes will not be ended making a candidate crack the exam, it makes them obedient to faith, flag bearing the faith. Like Arfa, Rana, Sayema, Zubair, etc etc many give sermons to other faiths and make other faiths pseudo liberals to echo their narrative. Hence Hindu organizations identify and support talent to get into higher echelons and similarly maje them ambassadors of Hindu culture, faith

  2. Soo you guys only took admissions of muslim students..very nice secularism. Aur tum karte hoo musli.s ko alag kyu karte hai wow


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